8 Things You Should Know About Federal Work-Study

Homeroom, the official blog of the U.S. Department of Education, recently posted an informational blog regarding the Federal Work-Study program that we think that you should check out: 8 Things You Should Know About Federal Work-Study To search Federal Work-Study…

If you know the courses you would like to register for, the easiest and most convenient way to register is through your myFranklin account. Head to my.franklin.edu and access the Shortcuts tab, Web Advisor link to register yourself. Please note if you…

Franklin University is pleased to announce the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), has granted approval for its change of status to bring Urbana University under Franklin’s accreditation as a “branch campus,” effective August 1, 2017. Franklin University acquired Urbana University’s assets…

Piggy bank on top of books, cost of education theme

 Financially Preparing for Your Next Year of College When we hear the word investment, most of us think of stocks, bonds, or mutual funds. As such, we may spend some time researching the best products and plans available for our…

Fall 2017 Registration is Open!

Registration for the Fall 2017 term is open! When you register early for classes it helps you to get the schedule you want and classes you need for the term. The Course Schedule is available to view online to look…

Check out our scholarship offerings for the 17-18 school year!

Visit Franklin University Scholarships and click on Merit-Based, Leadership & Community Service Scholarships to learn more. Awards range from $500 to $4000. Be sure to review the 1902 Leadership Circle Scholarship, Alumni Military Scholarship, Greta J. Russell Medical Mutual of…

Changes to Financial Aid Cost of Attendance process

Starting Summer 2017 term, our process for calculating your Cost of Attendance (COA) has changed.  This change may impact the way you choose to organize your classes each term. To maximize your aid eligibility, we recommend enrolling for the full…

New Self-Setting Appointment Tool

Students now have the ability to schedule appointments with their academic advisors through LibCal, an online appointment-setting tool designed to increase transparency, reduce confusion, and provide students with a more seamless experience. Students will receive an email containing their advisor’s…

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